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Yum plum


That gorgeous scent of REAL plums- soft, rounded and boosy- is all-too rare in the culinary world. That's why I was delighted to open a bottle of Isake's 'Umeshu de France' Prucia French plum wine. The marzipan-y, candied scent permeated my nostrils and was so distinctive I could tell it was specifically from a golden variety of plum before I even read the label. Branded a 'fusion between Eastern and Western cultures', Prucia is the result of two years' extensive research- and it's been worth the wait. The Japanese Ume plums are grown in Moisseau, France's premier plum-growing region, from which Isake manufacture the wine by macerating the ripe fruit in grape spirits for 11 months and aging in French oak barrels for a further month. The result is a smooth, sweet golden spirit perfect in a Champagne cocktail a la Kir Royale, or just splashed on the rocks. For more info and serving suggestions, visit www.prucia.com
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